Author Archives: allen_schulz

Fall, 2013

I’ve got lots on my plate for this upcoming concert season. First up, on October 6, the Astoria Symphony Orchestra will premiere my new work Walamboltz. This work was commissioned by maestro Silas Huff and the ASO. The commission includes use of the work … Continue reading

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A Dance of Shadows

My newest work, A Dance of Shadows for ‘Cello and Piano, will be premiered by the amazing cellist Kate Dillingham on May 18, 2013 @ 8pm at the Secret Theatre as part of the 2013 Queens New Music Festival. The … Continue reading

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Brass Quintet

My newest work, Indefinite Bellows and Certain Murmurs will be premiered on January 17, and then performed again the 1/18, 2013. The performances will be part of the regular season’s concerts produced by my composers’ collective (Random Access Music). The performing … Continue reading

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Toast and Jam off the presses

I’m happy to report that my work for Fl., Vn., Vc., and Vibes, Toast and Jam, has been released by my publisher and is available for purchase.  Only $30! Get ’em while they’re hot.

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Quintet of the Americas

I’m beginning to think that my idea to produce the Queens New Music Festival was  totally self-motivated. My original idea for the festival was that I wanted to promote Queens in the new music world by having lots of groups … Continue reading

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Obsidian Brass Quintet

On January 17 and 18, 2013, the Obsidian Brass Quintet will perform my brass quintet, Indefinite Bellows and Certain Murmurs. Also on the program will be 3 other world premieres by RAM composers and the winning score from RAM’s 2012 call for scores, … Continue reading

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Old instruments, new music

So, one of the great things about producing the Queens New Music Festival last May was that I got to meet lots and lots of musicians doing amazing things. My favorite new friends were the musicians of Parthenia. They’re a … Continue reading

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Recent Publications

I’m happy to report that my work for Clarinet and Piano, as big as alone, is finally off the presses and available for purchase.  Check it out if you can!

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Queens New Music Festival

On May 10-13, I was the leading organizer of the Queens New Music Festival. The weekend was filled with new concert hall music of almost every stripe. The only kinds of groups we were missing were large ensembles like wind … Continue reading

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Toast and Jam

My newest work, Toast and Jam, will be performed by the Cadillac Moon Ensemble. This emerging quartet is dedicated to creating and expanding the repetoire for their unique instrumentation: Flute, Violin, Violoncello, and Percussion. Cadillac Moon will be performing 6 works,  including … Continue reading

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